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Hi Ryan, this " If the emails are very similar then you may want to send one email and have it display a custom field to push the data dynamically for each user. " sounds interesting. Could you point me in the direction of more information about it? kind regards
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Hi, I have a web application which encourages users to sign up to one or more lists. Each list is based on a location, for example: London. A user can sign up to multiple locations however I would prefer not send them multiple emails. Therefore the logic in my application would look something like: 1. Get a list of users 2. For each user, get their preferred locations 3. Construct Email based on relevant offers in their locations 4. Send email This would result in sending individual emails to each user - which begs the question, why do we even need Constant Contact at all. Obviously this isn't really using Constant Contact for what its been designed, so does anyone have any experiences like this, maybe could give me some pointers? The alternative is simply to send an email to eveyone register in the "London" list, and another to everyone registered in the "Manchester" list - and if someone has chosen to register to both, they get two emails and thats that. All in all it feels like fitting a square peg in a round hole at the moment, so any advise is appreciated.
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